Ken Chan assumes the position of new CEO of CSP Spain
Valencia, September 1. Ken Chan until now CEO at COSCO Shipping Ports Peru terminal, Chancay, assumes the position of CEO of CSP Spain. Since 2017, Ken Chan has been a member of the board of directors of CSP Spain. Mr. Chan replaces Sun Kai, who has spent the last 3 years at the helm of the company and has returned to China.
Ken Chan's aim is to continue to strengthen the efficiency of the terminals, and to enhance services to clients. He will lead the company to enhance competitiveness through elite management, advanced operation and latest technology. The company takes its advantage of maritime ports in Valencia and Bilbao together with a railway network, making it an essential hub for transport and logistics connecting destinations all over the Iberian Peninsula and beyond.
Ken served as Deputy Managing Director of COSCO SHIPPING Ports Ltd. for 14 years before working as CEO of COSCO SHIPPING Ports Chancay Peru from 2019 to 2021. He has been in charge of investment projects, corporate management, sales and marketing, as well as safety and security. The new CEO of the company accumulates more than 25 years of professional experience in the port sector.
CSP Spain is a leading port operator in Spain with two maritime terminals in Valencia and Bilbao and two intermodal terminals in Zaragoza and Madrid. In addition, the group has a CSP Iberian Rail Services railway operator created with the aim of improving connections between its four terminals and offering a comprehensive door-to-door service in the Iberian Peninsula.